A hotel in the style of an opulent Edwardian country house was built on this 800-acre estate at the turn of the 20th century, and its grandeur has been carefully preserved ever since.
Lulled by the staggering beauty of mile after mile of Ayrshire coast, guests driving in are often unprepared for the attention commanded by the stately Turnberry Resort when it bursts into view. The obliging staff, many of whom have worked at Turnberry for years, welcome travellers with traditional lowland hospitality: warming whiskies, comforting fare, unobtrusive service, and tales of truth and legend about this place, so rich in history, both ancient and modern. Here, in the still, clear air, Turnberry has come to be known as a centre for health and relaxation since it debuted one of Europe’s first spas nearly 30 years ago. A far-reaching, £30 million restoration, initiated by Turnberry's new owner, Leisurecorp, is underway. Led by interior designer Mary Fox Linton, the renovation will return the 103-year-old hotel to the original vision of its architect, James Miller. Red-roofed Turnberry Resort will keep its rightful place as one of the world’s top hotels for years and years to come. Located in Ayrshire, Scottland Turnberry, a Luxury Collection Resort first opened in 1906 and quickly established itself as the premier destination for social and sporting events.
Business Meeting, Family Vacation, Golf Getaway
Glasgow International Airport (GLA)
May through October